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Below are a couple of top WWE news stories of the day.

• According to PWInsider, there has been a recent change in leadership within WWE’s Live Events division.

John Porco, who served as the Executive Vice President of Live Events, departed from the company last month.

In his place, Justin Scalise, formerly the senior vice president of Live Event Marketing, has assumed the role.

Porco’s tenure at WWE dates back to June 1999, initially starting as a Public Relations Coordinator.

Over the years, he transitioned to various roles within the organization, ultimately landing in the live events department in 2002 as the Director of Marketing.

His dedication and contributions led to his promotion to Senior Vice President of Live Events Marketing in 2022.

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• In recent weeks, WWE has experienced a string of sold-out television events, marking a notable achievement for the company.

During this period, WWE has been enjoying robust business across various metrics, including attendance figures, merchandise sales, overall revenue, and event gate receipts.

However, despite WWE’s claim of 9 consecutive television sell-outs, this assertion has been challenged.

WrestleTix responded to a query on Twitter, indicating that Monday’s episode of RAW was not a sell-out as there were still 200 tickets available when ticket sales closed, so their impressive streak is over:

“Unfortunately not. It was close. Map closed with over 200 tickets available, many of which were $20 uppers. Anything released late (like hard cam seats) doesn’t count against them but standard tickets do. Still a packed house and a great number.”

Over 12,000 fans were in attendance for RAW.

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